PacketLight Networks™ joins Dutch Data Center Association (DDA) as a high-quality data center supplier. By formalizing the partnership, it becomes part of the data center community in the Netherlands. PacketLight Networks™ offers a suite of leading metro and long haul DWDM and OTN solutions for effective DCI connectivity over dark fiber and WDM networks.
PacketLight designs comprehensive optical layer transport solutions for data centers within a highly integrated fiber optical transport platforms customized to application needs, with low power consumption, low latency and Layer-1 optical encryption. The solutions support maximum flexibility, simple maintenance, and real pay-as-you-grow architecture.
Growing demand for high speed data transmission
High capacity data transport between data centers is a vital need in enterprises to support the growing demands for data transmitted at any time and from any place, including high bandwidth applications such as video, and the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Data centers use high-end DWDM optical network solutions for transporting multiple 10G/40G/100G services to satisfy the increase in demand for high bandwidth. As data capacity increases, the need for economical rack space and power consumption has become more crucial to create cost effective, scalable networks.
“PacketLight’s high capacity DWDM solutions are ideal for data centers, providing carrier-grade equipment that meets their ever-growing data transport needs,” said Koby Reshef, CEO of PacketLight Networks. “Our modular, interoperable solutions have the perfect combination of speed, capacity, and security all within a 1U form factor to enable pay-as-you-grow architecture and help data centers scale at their own pace.”
Valuable asset to the Dutch network
Both parties look forward to a durable collaboration, with a common mission to strengthen de digital industry within and beyond Dutch borders.
“The variety of services and products PacketLight Networks offers is very favorable to the data center market in the Netherlands” said Stijn Grove, director of the Dutch Data Center Association. “PacketLight Networks is a great addition to our network and we are excited for what this collaboration can bring about for both parties.”
“We are excited to join the DDA and support the Netherlands data center community in their efforts to meet increasing data demands,” continues Reshef. “This partnership helps us connect with the companies most in need of our innovative DCI solutions, especially as the global health crisis creates a stronger reliance on the country’s digital foundation.”
Find out more about PacketLight Networks™ on www.packetlight.com